An Introduction to Business Ethics
Provides an introduction to the subject of ethics and values in the business environment. Set firmly in a European context, the book spans the range of subjects in business ethics, including: theories of ethics; capitalism and free enterprise; marketing; employment; and the greening of business.
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Setting the scene
1 The history of business ethics
Introducing the readings
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